Our aim is to explore and understand chemistry at extreme conditions of pressure, temperature, and chemical reactivity.
The ECCL was established and is being built by the members of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Technology – K1 (Dr. Matic Lozinšek, Dr. Blaž Alič) and the Electronic Ceramics Department – K5 (Dr. Mirela Dragomir, Dr. Kristian Radan), who won the Director’s Fund project in 2019.
We are grateful for funding from the European Research Council - ERC, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenian Research Agency - ARRS, the Royal Society of Chemistry (Researcher Mobility Grant), and from a Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship.
Mirela was featured in the national newspaper DELO.
Olha, Erik and Matic L. visited the research group of Prof. Dominik Kurzydłowski at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland.
Matic L. had a plenary lecture at the 8th Symposium of Chemistry Students, SiSK 8, in Zagreb, Croatia.
Matic L. attended the Young Leaders Alumni Meeting at the STS forum in Kyoto, Japan, and visited the Energy Chemistry Laboratory, at the Department of Fundamental Energy Science, Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University, where he also gave a lecture.
Mirela became a Secretary of the Division of Solid State and Materials Chemistry of the European Chemical Society, EuChemS.
We attended the SCS Annual Meeting 2023, in Portorož, Slovenia. Olha won the 3rd Place Prize for her poster presentation.
Kristian attended the Fluorine Summer School in Berlin, Germany.